This place amazes me. It reminds me of Virginia, except if anything it is really more hilly, although in Virginia the farm land is beautiful. Here the curves run all through town and the neighborhoods. I love where Marnie lives. Her house is in a beautiful neighborhood.
Approaching her house you come down from atop a high hill. Her house is at the bottom.
The surrounding streets come together in a round like a culdasac, but in front of her house is a crossroads which fans off in front of her house and on the surrounding hills where there are these beautiful homes.
I’m pretty sure I was a preemie. I mean, that’s what my folks told me. However, Louisiana birthing authorities didn’t note that on my birth certificate. I know; I went back and checked. It just has my birthdate, nothing on there at all about being premature.
Unlike the monitors at the airport, they didn’t list me as an early arrival. They did however list mine as a live birth, which is a good thing. That would be like the monitors indicating a plane landed early and safely as opposed to early and crashed.
Student loans are a burden, but it’s the lack of jobs that hurts America more. As a student there are so many things you wonder about. You wonder about the cost for every credit you decide to take. There is a cost for every book you purchase.
The expenses of living off campus versus living on campus make a discernable difference between costs for students or parents. Whether you have grants or loans also commands your attention.
Just yesterday in the Washington Post there was a shift in its attention to the issue of student loans. It stated unless Congress acts, interest rates on new subsidized Stafford college loans will soon double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent.
On this day in 1512, one of the world’s greatest wonders was exhibited to the public for the first time.
The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome was one of Michelangelo’s finest works.
According to history.com, said Michelangelo was called to Rome in 1508 to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel — the chief consecrated space in the Vatican.
Michelangelo’s epic ceiling frescoes, which took several years to complete, are among his most memorable works. Central in a complex system of decoration featuring numerous figures are nine panels devoted to Biblical world history.